Think about this for a moment. “The seven lamps of the Candelabrum signify the seven basic types of Jewish souls. Each type has its particular path in revealing Divinity, based on the seven basic emotions: (1) the love of G‑d, (2) the awe of G‑d, (3) connecting to G‑d through studying the Torah, (4) overcoming obstacles opposing G‑dliness in the world, (5) appreciating G‑d’s goodness, (6) the pride in being G‑d’s emissary in the world, and (7) humility.1 Likutei Torah 3:29b.
“The Candelabrum, the source of light in the Tabernacle, signified insight and enlightenment. The sudden and elusive flash of insight and illumination in the mind is similar to a bolt of lightning flashing across a dark sky.
Every Divine soul is a source of Divine illumination. It is in this sense that the soul is metaphorically termed “the lamp of G‑d.”
[G‑d] made the Candelabrum out of pure gold. Exodus 37:17
Next the artisans fashioned the Table of 12 loaves. After this, Moses threw gold for the Candelabrum into the furnace, and G‑d fashioned the Candelabrum.